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2015-03-24 Early exposure to air pollutants linked to autism risk
A new study provides further evidence for the previously suggested link between environmental exposures and autism; researchers found that children with autism were more likely to be exposed to specific air pollutants in the first 2 years of life and during their mother's pregnancy than those withou

2015-03-23 Are our brains physically shaped by life experiences?
Can external life experiences - such as exposure to violence, childhood abuse or bullying - change the physical properties of our brains? What about depictions of violence in the media - such as on TV or in video games? Last month, Medical News Today investigated what the adult health consequence

2015-03-22 Light alcohol consumption linked to better memory
Though drinking alcohol is not typically thought of as an activity that enhances memory, there is good news for alcohol drinkers over the age of 60; a new study has found that light alcohol consumption later in life is linked to the ability to better recall memories of events. Researchers from th

2015-03-21 Trial flu, Ebola drug shows promise against norovirus
Speeding up mutation is emerging as a potential new way to treat virus infection. Now, a new study shows that favipiravir - a trial drug currently being tested against Ebola and influenza - successfully treated norovirus in mice using that method. Norovirus, also known as "winter vomiting bug" or

2015-03-20 Frying with olive oil better than seed oil for health
All around the world people enjoy fried food. But how many know that cooking oils differ in their ability to withstand heat and repeated use? Now, a new study finds that compared to several seed oils, olive oil remains the most stable at high temperature and thus likely to be better for health. T

2015-03-18 Genomic sequencing: could it aid breast cancer prevention?
Breast cancer screening, such as mammography, is important for determining a woman's risk for the disease, but such screening can sometimes produce inconsistent results. Now, a new study claims genomic sequencing could be useful for identifying women who are most likely to benefit from screening, an

2015-03-17 Bariatric surgery may be risk factor for severe headache
New research published in Neurology suggests bariatric surgery may be a risk factor for spontaneous intracranial hypotension - a condition that causes severe headaches. The classic symptom of spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH) is severe headache when upright, which is relieved when the pa

2015-03-16 WHO report: TB is more widespread than previously estimated
A drive to improve data collection on tuberculosis has exposed almost half a million more cases than had been previously estimated, according to the World Health Organization's Global Tuberculosis Report 2014. Dr. Mario Raviglione, director of the World Health Organization's (WHO) Global Tubercul

2015-03-15 Bed-sharing with baby: the risks and benefits
A question to all you parents out there: would you share your bed with your infant? This question is likely to encourage a diverse range of answers, as it is certainly a controversial topic. Some studies say bed-sharing with baby is beneficial, while others have linked the practice to serious health

2015-03-14 Potential lung cancer blood biomarker found
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the US, where every year more people die of it than of colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. Early diagnosis is the key to improving survival rates - usually symptoms do not appear until the disease is already in an advanced stage. Now, a ne

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